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Thus a person who owns a quarter of the shares of a ... In another kind of corporation, the legal document which ...

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A corporation is a complex legal entity. It is fairly easy to set up but the intricacies involved in managing the business and complying with regulatory and tax rules ...

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There are different schools of thought as to who legally owns a corporation. Many people argue, as the late economist Milton Friedman believed, that the ...

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The law recognizes a corporation as a wholly separate legal entity. This means that the business is actually viewed as being separate and distinct from the ...

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Nov 10, 2015 ... Stock exchange: Who owns shares in a company? ... Shareholders own the corporation, and the duty of the directors to maximise shareholder ...

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Corporations are separate legal entities that can exist into perpetuity, so it is important to create a shareholders agreement that governs stock ownership and  ...

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An owner of a corporation can be held personally liable if he or she: ... as an extension of his or her personal affairs, rather than as a separate legal entity.

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Learn more about ownership of corporations in the Boundless open textbook. ... In some corporations, the legal document establishing the corporation or ...

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Sep 1, 2015 ... Corporation (for-profit): The corporation itself assumes all liabilities and ... One thing stakeholders have in common: they have no legal ability to ...

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Legally, a sole proprietorship is inseparable from its owner -- the business and the ... filed papers to become a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC).